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of sectarian violence. protesters in washington d.c. demand that president barack obama closed down the military prison camp. the hunger strike by scores of inmates has now passed 100 days. on aecretary general is three-day visit to russia. .e met with the u.s. military the 87-year-old was serving a life sentence for crimes against humanity during his r at the height of the country's dirty work. >> he was probably the most jaded of argentina's leaders. he led the military to the began what is known as the dirty war in which estimated 30,000 people were disappeared and killed, many more tortured. when argentina return to democracy, he was tried and sentenced for crimes against humanity. he was sentenced to an additional 50 years in prison having been found guilty of kidnapping children stolen from their parents in clandestine interrogation centers. many of the relatives of his victims say they at least have the consolation that he died in prison but are upset that he has gone to his grave without revealing the whereabouts of some many of those that disappeared. taste inves a bitter k
channel 2 news. >>> president obama down played the controversy over how his administration handled the attackts -- attacks in benghazi, libya last summer. the role was larger than the white house previously acknowledged. >> the whole issue of talking points throughout this process is a side show. >> the committee announced they will expand their investigation and interview the two men who led the review of the u.s. response. >>> in washington tonight thousands of law enforcement officers are holding a candlelight vigil for those who died in the line of duty. among those to be honored, he was gunned down while making a traffic stop. and it will remember a sheriff's deputy. he was killed while serving an eviction notice in april of 2012. >>> woman has been charged in a deadly head on crash that killed a man last week. the california highway patrol says she was driving drunk. she has been charged with voluntary manslaughter while intoxicated. he was killed in the crash on may 3. >>> john mcafee is back inthe news. in his first interview since he fled, he said he is working on movies a
president obama down. >> not just about obama. it is about hillary in 2016. >> bill: it is also about -- i think clearly a double focus here, right? bring obama down as hike huckabee has said. he will not complete his second term. >> this is the watergate. >> bill: jim inhofe, the one thing you can play is republicans will overplay their hand. huckabee the end of the obama -- presidency and james inhofe is already saying people will start using the "i" word. >> impeachment. >> bill: yeah. so, of course, let's prevent hillary from thinking about running for 2016. so now they're talking about bringing her back to testify. bringing ambassador thomas pickering and admiral michael mullen who headed up the accountability review board hearing, bringing them in to testify when they offered to testify before and were refused the chance to testify by darrell issa. it is a non-ending saga. >> the sad part here is there's actual real investigation that could be done to find out who these killers are. who killed for americans. and that's what they're politicizing. that's what they're undermining with t
a hero by president obama for chasing down a suspect after being shot in the face. retired from the police force on disability two years ago, but is now facing two charges of rape and sexual assault. elsewhere, the fbi and other officers are executing a search warrant in the case of two letters containing ricin. the letters were intercepted this week at a post office in washington state. officials in hazmat suits searched an apartment today in a neighborhood near downtown spokane area no arrest have been made and no word on whether police have named any suspects. no reports of illness and connection to the letters. i never know if it is announced spokane or spokane. kind of a dreary day today. >> slow things down for about an hour, that was it are. more rain forecast coming up. up. right now 59 at the airport. >> residents of granbury texas are making their way back to the account area and it is a slow process. people showed up today that had to register for permits granting their ability to return to the area. all the cars had passed through and a nerve-area racking experience
and wrong about everything? deficit hogs. after so many complaints that president obama is leading us down this dark well of never ending debt, a well that george w. push dug, the debt is stranging faster than anybody expected. the shortfall projection is 25% lower than they said it will be a few months ago and it's supposed to keep on dropping. by 2015 the deficit should total 2% over the total gross domestic product. and when president bush held office it was just over 10%. it deflates under democrats. grew under bush, dropped under clinton, grew under bush. how weather is the reaction to this? john boehner said nothing. and others say it's a report of out of scroll spending even though it's the opposite. and the g.o.p. will get together to vote to repeal obama-care for the 37th time. let's go to pat in world world news. >> thank you for having me. >> john: we did work with this president. we did help to bring the deficit down together, our policies are working. have you heard any reaction from "b" this? has this humbled anyone? >> no, of course not. i think the reason for that is two-fo
. there is evidence that clinton misused the irs. it is an old game. this is not just something obama was doing, this was down t ain. i do not think they found a nk that sgested oba was involved.. >> we only lrned about did a week ago. we are saying theris not a link to the white house. i do not know if there is. when o obama was asked, can you assure us no one in the white house knew about this, his answer was, i did not knowbo the report ununtil i read about it last week. he was asked about the scandal, not the ig. he gave the most narrow answer you could have. all i am saying is that it opened a lot of questions. >> as i followed the story, we learned about the existence of the inspector general's report, the treasury department on the irs. that had not been released. there was a reference made to it earlie i can understatand the president not knowing about this. he would have been ill-suited to get in the details. the law is clear about the white house separating them from the irirs. >> what goes on in cincinti that thehey felt they had to target the tea party? >> these are the queststions
statement, on the things they all agree about, opposing obama, cracking down on immigrants and cutting spending. but in an annual meeting, the meeting mail be held in a church and start with chrtian player along with the policemen of allegiance, which all tea party meetings start with the pledge of allegiant, some start with a christian prayer, some don't. and it mate well -- the meeting in virginia, i thought the leader was a remarkable organizer, i write about her in a book, a lovely woman in many ways, land to organize group by organizing volunteer theater productions. she just is such a good organizer, and she contacted me the day after the meeting i visited to say, my observation of a member standing up to say how wonderful it was that the virginia legislature had just voted through the law that harasses the medical clinics that provide access to abortion by forcing them to retool themselves as hospitals, which would, she said, drive them all out of business. the whole room was excited about that, and i observed that. she knew i observed it. he e-mailed me the next day to assure m
the irs. it is an old game. this is not just something obama was doing, this was down the chain. i do not think they found a link that suggested obama was involved. about did aearned week ago. we are saying there is not a link to the white house. i do not know if there is. , can youa was asked assure us know when the white house knew about this, his answer was, i did not know about the report until i read about it last week. he was asked about the scandal, not the ig. he gave the most narrow answer you could have. all i am saying is that it opened a lot of questions. cracks -- >> as i followed the we learned about the existence of the inspector general's report,, the chandler -- treasury department on the irs. that had not been released. tore was reference made it earlier. i can understand the president not knowing about this. -- he would have been ill-suited to get into the details. the law is clear about the white house separating them from the irs. >> what goes on to cincinnati that they fell they had to target the tea party? >> these are the questions that demand answers. that hea
exceptions have played down the benghazi story. we all know that. they played it down because president obama, their hero, wants it played down. there is a history in the liberal media of playing down stories that he wants played down and playing up stories that he wants played up. that's why during the campaign we heard so much about the war on women. because president obama wanted that story played up. it's important to point out that things have changed and they changed when george karl a mainstream reporter on a broadcast network broke the story about all the rewrites of the talking points to scrub any references to that gave permission. permission to other mainstream trorts go after president obama in a way they haven't before. coach of the denver nuggets. jonathan karl abc news. he took that from the "weekly standard." >> that's right. that's right. that's also a good point. if catherine herridge comes up with something. and she has come up with a lot. or if steve hayes comes up with something, that doesn't filter into the mainstream press. that isn't permission for anything. but if one
are being forced said. it is increasing pressure on president barack obama to shut the present down. present -- the prison down. >> outside the white house, support for the guantanamo bay detainees on a hunger strike. president barack obama has said since taking office in 2009 that he would close the military detention center and transfer or prosecute the detainees. so far, little progress has been made. >> we are well past the time when words are and comfort. we need to see action. ofthe strike started because overly aggressive searches of their belongings. administration officials agree. this is about indefinite detention. the administration has been accused of violating the prisoners' human-rights and try to stop their protest by force feeding them. the administration will not allow the detainees to starve to death. >> we have an ethical responsibility to ensure the health and well-being of every detainee. >> the military says detainees are given a choice, eat, drink, or be tube fed. they always do this based on the medical and vice given to them. >> the pressure is on the obama administr
, and as a community to basically say we're not tolerating this anymore. >> new orleans police vow to track down the gunmen. >>> the obama administration is on the defensive about what officials knew and what they said in the days following the benghazi attack. last year's deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi is once again the subject of heated hearings on capitol hill with republicans using words like "cover-up" and "watergate." nbc's tracie potts joins us with more. >> we've been one whistleblower now who's testified here on the hill. but the focus not so much this morning on the attack but what we were told about that attack. leaked e-mails now reveal that the talking points on the deadly benghazi attack went through 12 revisions. first the cia blamed protesters. then the state department spokeswoman said prior warnings could make the agency look back. t >> the cia was the agency that made changes to the edits -- i mean to the talking points and then produced the talking points. >> for the president's spokesman to say that, well, there was only words or technical changes made in th
to the presidential's second-term agenda? president obama under a cloud of scandal, as congress bears down on irs officials who targeted conservative groups. >> this week confirms everything that the american public believes. this is a huge blow to the faith and trust the american people have in their government. >> the key questions now -- who initiated the targeting and why? who else in the administration knew? and why was congress misinformed for so long? with us this morning, the president's senior adviser, dan pfeiffer, the republican leader in the senate, mitch mcconnell of kentucky, and the man leading a congressional investigation into the irs, chairman of the house ways and means committee, dave camp. and later the political fallout from benghazi and the justice department seizure of phone records from the associated press. plus former secretary of defense donald rumsfeld returns to "meet the press." this time he's out of office and weighing in on the big issues in "rumsfeld's rooms: leadership lessons in politic, war and life." >> announcer: from nbc news in washington, the world's long
with us tonight, folks. the republican master plan to take down obama care was revealed on the sunday talk shows this morning. republicans using the irs scandal to steal health care from 30 million americans. that's the plan. they think because the irs plays a very small role in implementing parts of this big law, that's going to affect a lot of people, the entire thing is just going to go to hell in a hand basket. their bogus logic makes absolutely no sense, but their mission is very clear and they're very up-front about it. first up, failed presidential candidate, paul ryan, congressman out of wisconsin, kicked off their misinformation campaign this morning. >> as bad as this is, the person in charge of this bureaucratic snafu has now been put in charge of implementing obama care. the irs is now going to be granted huge amounts of unprecedented power over our health care in the implementation of obama care. and so, this is just rotten to the core. this is arrogance. this is big government cronyism. and this is not what hard-working taxpayers deserve. >> huge amounts of unprecedented powe
of the administration. and if they go down, they're going to go down together. these are -- holder and obama -- if holder goes down or holder gets -- for the a.p. or mishandle the irs investigation, obama is going to be touched by that, as well. >> when you first got wind of this whole irs mess, what was your instinct, historian you are? what was your instinct? >> my instinct immediately is this is a very big story. because there's just no defending it. no way to talk around it. it's just plain flat-out wrong and indefensible. and so friday when i first heard about it, i said, you know, oh, boy, here we go. >> now, it's going to be up to katie -- it's going to be up to holder, maybe, up to holder at the end of the day to make decisions about the irs. i have never seen an attorney general with that kind of portfolio before. that's heavy duty. >> it is heavy duty. and is eric holder up to that job? and should we trust him with that authority right now, larry? i'm not sure the answer is yes. i do know that president obama held president bush accountable be for every single thing that happened i
and the president are already cracking down thing this was wrong, obama has already fired -- well, two people have been asked to resign. obama has already announced who he is going to put into replace the -- as the new leader at the irs. i think that the consensus is that there is going to be more hearings and more discussion on what happened, but i do not think that it is going to hurt obama as badly as some may say. those hearings and discussions that are going to happen, what does this do to the president's blanket immigration, gun control, talk about moving forward from here for the president. guest: there is some irony in the fact that republicans are hitting him on one side over this triad, benghazi, and the irs, and the justice department soliciting reporters' phone records. you have republicans hitting the president on these issues. you have this happening on one hand. you have this image of republicans cracking down on the president and being tough, which people like in the public who are republicans. on the other hand, that allows replicants to quietly continue working with obama behind
will see, president obama's numbers probably go down because of this you will see the trust in government we should have, we should be able to trust our government, and to do them to 2 the right thing, you are going to have a lot of americans questioning that, as this story evolves i think we'll learn more and i think you will see this become a real issue to be play into 2014 election. neil: katrina, do you think this extends like watergate, a drip, drip of information. i remember those hearings started argument was this is a left wing cabal. the same said inverse now. but when thissi extendingive degree it has. targeting reporters is much bigger is it not? >> well, absolutely, much bigger, but interesting thing, i brought our irs return from the dallas tapper tar tea party datk 2012, we still do not have our status, but interesting is the timing, leaked out friday on the cusp of this benghazi discussion, is there another conspiracy to cover-up the cover-up? who knows what is going on, it is very important we do not refocus on the shiny object in the room, but make sure that the benghazi
at this hour. the obama administration tried to down-play this but immigration in customs enforcement just confirmed hundreds of illegal immigrants with criminal records were released because of sequestration. they admitted 622 out of 2200 detainees had criminal convictions. multiple felony convictions and 12 have yet to be reap mreended. senator john mccain is calling this reprehensible. >> a woman disappears after she goes out on a date. 28-year-old teresa howl lee hasn't been seen since sunday. that's when she told friends she was going out with a guy she met on-line. her roommates got concerned when she didn't show up for work on monday morning. >> for her to leave and not contact us or anybody is unlike her. >> her cell phone is going straight to voice mail. any one with information is asked to call the police department. >> this mother leaps into her car and chases down the man accused of snatching her daughter. he grabbed a 4-year-old from her front yard and tried to flee. the girl chased him for 7 miles and wound up slamming her car into his. hernandez had already pushed the little
. it has gone down dramatically in the last ten years. this idea that this is a uniquely obama -- >> stephanie: 60 people died in embassies under bush. a lot of them, eric, a lot much higher body counts. karachi was 19 people. 16 i think at -- i can't remember which -- saudi arabia or pakistan. you think this was not even a story. do you remember one story on it when bush was president? >> right. and i think almost -- most of those casualties were all foreign, even though they happened at u.s. outposts and so obviously this is -- you know, stevens was the first -- one of the first ambassadors killed in decades. and obviously that is -- a big story. but boy, you try to put this in context to previous acts of terror around the world and at home and there's something else going on here. >> stephanie: you know who writes about that brilliantly this week, you. benghazi protection in the dark. that's what it is. as you stay ties into their story line already about president obama. >> i blame obama for pearl harbor and the sinking of the lusitania. >> it gives them a ready-made framew
that about overreaching of the obama administration. so, yes, it will slow down everything obama wants to do at least for now. >> lynn sweet, always great to have you on the program. ron fournier, thank you. good to see you. >>> one week from today the philadelphia abortion clinic doctor will be back in court for sentencing in the murders of three babies. dr. kermit gosnell was found guilty yesterday of first degree murder and manslaughter. prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. although gosnell didn't testify during the trial he could take the stand next week in order to try to save his life. xcept it's. go to e-trade and find out how much our advice and guidance costs. spoiler alert: it's low. it's guidance on your terms, not ours. e-trade. less for us. more for you. accomplishing even little things can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel for my pain and stiffness, and to help stop joint damage. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes f
industrial nations. he and president obama will talk about syria's civil war, iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons and counterterrorism and trade. the prime minister will host the g-8 summit down17 and june 18 in northern ireland. president obama looks forward to attending. >> this week, the treasury department is expected to release the results of an investigation into the internal revenue service targeting of tea party groups. the i.r.s. flames low level employees for targeting the groups but republicans question that. republican senator collins of maine says if it were just a handful of rogue i.r.s. agents official would is fired those involved. a report said senior officials knew of the targeting in 2011. >> the chairman of the congressional committee is demanding to hear from a veteran dip mack and former chairman of the couldn't chiefs of staff about the deadly attack in benghazi. today, republican issa will pursue depositions from retired ambassador pickerring and retired admiral mullen. he wants to know who the pair specific to reach their conclusion that then secretary of state hi
obama's agency promising a top-down review. >> there is a culture of intimidation throughout the administration. it is no wonder that the agents and the irs sort of get the message. the president demonizes his opponents. >> reporter: but gop leaders concede there is no evidence the white house ordering the targeting of conservatives. >> we don't have anything to say that the president knew about this. >> the investigation has just begun so i'm not going to reach a conclusion about what we may find. >> reporter: after what may have been among the toughest weeks of the obama presidency, a just-released poll shows the president's approval rating largely unaffected. still the majority of americans view all these issues as very important to the nation, despite white house claims that some congressional republicans are overplaying their hand. >> this is not water gate but there are some people in the administration who have acted as if they want to be knicnixonian. >> what unites all these things, it undermines the credibility of the administration and the president and the compete
-page gang of eight bill that some, many in fact, are drawing comparisons to the congressional cram down of obama care, you remember that, which is clearly not an example of good government practice. but goodlatte is taking an incremental and sensible approach to legislation in his view. he's introduced two smaller measures, important, but smaller measures, and manageable. one, an agricultural guest worker program. i'll call that a gw program. the other would be the e-verify system, which requires employers to verify through the government's system of e-verify whether or not a perspective employee is legal and qualified for that job. goodlatte says he will introduce other measures, by the way, in the weeks ahead. he is the incrementalist, if you will, and the careful thoughtful apprch in contrast to what others would call a cram down effort on the part of the president. republican senator jeff sessions of alabama, he's the ranking republican on the senate budget committee, he's quickly emergin as the bill's most vocal cric, he says the path to citizenship for 11 million illegal immigrant
. obama care is coming down the pike. the republican there's beat up on him. he needs this very large dysfunctional agency can handle this task. so he has enormous interests to put himself at the center of this. >> maybe i've got the wrong model but it is my model. a president who sets the standard for the program he wants to follow sets the value system, the philosophy, and has people that will carry that out in the strongest possible way across the span of the federal government. through the irs. through the fbi. during a great society, there was a viewing throughout the government. a essential of who this person was from the top down. and enforced by tough chiefs of staff like a jim baker. and made sure you got the job done. if the omb director got in the way, he was put in the wood shed. people were forced to obey. i don't think i see that. i do hear a lot about sycophants who can get the president's ear. i'm just reading john aldridge's book. it is all about them being undercut. this president will not authorize someone else to chop off head. >> you were saying is this guy still
amendment. one thing i her repeatedly down there this weekend is that obama is coming for our guns. now i'm not one to believe in farout conspiracy theories probably because the government implanted a chip in my brain that controls my thoughts. but, folks, i've had my eyes opened to some disturbing truths that raise troubling questions like, "what did they know? when did they know it? and what am i talking about? which brings me to my new segment exposing vast government conspiracies, stephen colbert's bat [bleep] serious. ( cheers and applause ). now, folks, i've wanted to do this segment for a long time. but i haven't. why not? we'll look into that next time. but tonight's topic: are they coming after our guns? no. they're coming after our bullets. >> why is the department of homeland security using roughly a thousand rounds of ammunition more per person than the u.s. army? >> you have a homeland security department that's stock piling ammunition and kind of not telling us why. we don't trust them. >> the department of homeland security is purchasing 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition. >>
contraption thingy and it comes at you all the time. i'm glad to see obama not banging down in this thing. it he rightly labeled the irs scandal outrageous because it is. and that distances himself. like did not do this. this didn't come from me. the right will say yes, it did. you're the man at the top. the buck stops with you. in terms of benghazi, he continues to fire back. the talking point conversation is a side show. a circus. there is no there, there. it is not important what susan rice said on "meet the press" and the other shows. what is important is what happened in benghazi? now the media has their hooks in it so this will take up valuable second term time and oxygen, having to talk about this ratted than jobs, immigration, guns, thing that americans really want to hear about. one of the things, and republicans on the hill know this. benghazi was a cia outpost. it is filled with cia operatives. they don't want you to know everything. so you're never going to know everything that happened there. that we're not being completely transparent is not because wave cover-up to. it is c
with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. president obama spent part down the controversy over his last year's terror attack in libya. with that story. exasperated and angry. saying that any accusation of a cover-up by his administration "defies logic." that the white house tried benghazi linked to terrorism. and that initial reaction from government officials was deliberately misleading. ambassador christopher stephens were killed in the it was the work of terrorists. but they argue there was a calculated attempt to make it appear that it had simply been a protest gone wrong. constructed "talking points." republicans are pushing investigation into the attack. rejects charges of a cover- up. and it appears that americans are split over whether the obama administration the attack. a new pew research study says that people are almost evenly divided. and that more than half of those surveyed aren't even capitol hill is michael yaki. >> i think the president is right in saying that the republicans of trying to connect to some vast conspiracy. if you want to get answers to what happ
is coming they are actually taking down the people that were going to enforce, enforce obama care. it was the pea party. if this were occupy wall street that was being persecuted rachel maddow would be doing back flips on her dick cheney twister map. >> so happy for that visual. >> vastly overstating the importance of the tea party. >> they're back. >> oh, hell yeah. >> they were worried about them because they took a severe beating. they don't like to get beat. >>> ahead, desperation from the left, the president is mired in scandal. how are they defending him? by playing the race card and smearing the tea party? you're going to hear from them next. flying is old hat for business travelers. the act of soaring across an ocean in a three-hundred-ton rocket doesn't raise as much as an eyebrow for these veterans of the sky. however, seeing this little beauty over international waters is enough to bring a traveler to tears. we're putting the wonder back into air travel, one innovation at a time. the new american is arriving. have hail damage to both their cars. ted ted is trying to get
americans that died seven hours after, maybe six hours after the stand down order was given. two dead americans because of that stand down. we need to find out who that person is and why they made that. >> it's obama. >> it's the same entity. >> it's the same guy who pushes the idea of workplace violence instead of terror. it's the guy who talks about self-radicalization instead of supremacy. it's the guy who uses rhetoric and jargon. where is hollywood? why isn't hollywood helping out this imprisoned filmmaker? they can stop doing cocaine for five minutes and buy him a sandwich. >> he should be let out of jail. >> can i get kimberly in here? >> no kimberly. this is 67 hours after the attacks. as a prosecutor, if you're looking at that, do you think that's a convenience? >> that's a perfect spot to look. they have not been forthcoming. i'm hoping we're going to be able to get more people to come for. she can answer the questions exactly who sent her out there spinning like a top. >> this is what they're doing. this is exactly what they're doing. they gave us 94 e-mails that started wh
. >> on thursday, leaders in the united states and turkey renewed the call to bashar al-assad to step down. turkishe after the prime minister held talks with barack obama at the white house, but there was no agreement at the syrian rebels, and barack obama was cautious on the claims that syria had used chemical weapons. of theave seen evidence use of chemical weapons in syria. it is important for us to make sure that we are able to get more specific information about what exalypeng there. >> obama has said in the past that chemical weapons would be a game changer, justifying a thoughtful response. turkey remained skeptical that the international conference on syria will lead to meaningful change in damascus. the turkish president criticized the international response to the crisis as talk, and he toward the side of the double car bombing near the syrian border. 51 people died in the attack. damascus denies allegations they were involved. also on thursday, the german parliament reviewed the ongoing reform of the armed forces. radical changes are aimed at a smaller but more vs zero army, say
down the notion that barack obama has been a good, aggressive fighter of terrorism. because he took away the defense -- the strong on defense card from the republicans after a generation. and they're angry at it. and they're looking for any way to take it back. >> fair enough. >> but the political undercurrent here is about hillary clinton. there have been disclosures here that have not been helpful for the hillary cause. cheryl mills calling the deputy chief omission in libya -- >> look how upset she is. i have to make a big announcement. this is a strange way to put out the story. we always talk about friday nights being the garbage dump. the president is going to be coming out at 6:00 tonight with a statement on irs, the irs, and what discipline action taken apparently against two officials there at the irs. under the leadership, perhaps, of jack lu. here's the president trying to clear the deck in one night. he's going to do benghazi. did it at 5:00. the irs at 6:00. this may be too much. the bum's rush. howard, you're laughing. >> i'm not laughing. what i'm saying is they put o
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and dams, why are we delaying down that. >> what is the wiggest political component that the obama team could cap lies on. >> it's fantastic news. after all of the brouhaha from the deficit the everyo'em por rs no clothes. they talk a big game but when it comes down to it they weren't really concerned but that's why they didn't talk about it when it turned out that the deficit was slinking. >> did it make a difference? >> that's how we got to the only -- we've only had four balances budgets -- clinton would argue six -- since 1961. and they were under, who? lpj and bill clinton. >> if you looked at minnesota and climp have done, they've raised taxes on the wealthiest residents, reduced property taxes, raised sales taxes. there is a formula out there. >> it's also how you spend the money. if we spend the money in a way that creates jobs in a way that enkurjs investment, then you're going to have a stronger economy and that's an important element of this. if your whole goal is barack obama is a bad man who doesn't belong in the white house then you're not going to get the focus on a bette
-year-old richard was once called a hero by president obama for chasing down a suspect even after being shot in the face. he retired on disability two years ago but is now facing two charges of rape and sexual is off. meanwhile the f.b.i. and other law enforcement are executeing a search warrant in the case of wo letters containing ricin. officials in hazmat suits searched a neighborhood near spoe cane. no word on whether the police have named any suspects. there have been no reports of illnesses in connection to those letters. >> and still ahead the aye dream goes into the underworld of human trafficking right here in maryland. >> plus, two tornadoes sweep through central kansas. we're going to have a look at that damage. wow. hundreds more in your wallet year after year. feed me! saving you money -- now, that's progressive. call or click today. >> more reports of severe weather this morning, this time in the plains states. weather chasers caught up with two tornadoes in kansas and you can see both opened over open farm fields. no serious damage was reported. and floodwaters forced sev
e-mails reveal the obama administration was more involved than initially stated. in watering down the widely discredited talking points. >> it makes it look like they're trying to hide something whether or not they are. >> reporter: the e-mails show 12 separate drafts of those talking points. the cia's first version blaming the incident on protests in cairo over an anti-islamic video and noting, we do know that islamic extremists with tie to alexander participated in the attack. the text made mefreverend to fi other attacks against foreign interests. spokesperson victoria nuland e-mailed that the mention of prior attacks could be abused by members of congress to beat the state department for not paying attention to agency warnings. so why would we want to feed that either. concerned. at white house meetings the following day, other officials further diluted the language eliminating the reference to terrorism and previous attacks. that sunday u.n. ambassador susan rice followed the talking points on all five talk shows. >> what happened in benghazi was, in fact, initially a spontan
-called political attack. second, lois learner, the person in charge of this, was three levels down from the irs commissioner. who was himself a bush appointee for a six-year term. she says she never talked with a single person from the obama administration, that these were career people, doing this analysis. so the notion that you could take career people actually doing what i think was an efficient way to sift who was legitimate social welfare group, three levels down from the commissioner, a bush appointee and saying that barack obama was responsible for this -- that's a bit much. i think even by standards of anybody who is watching this program. >> eric: doug shulman, the irs commissioner, may have been a bush employee, but he is under barack obama. >> eric, it's the suggestion that he was doing political bidding. incidentally, he denies knowing about this. everybody's making all of these leap, based on nothing, on -- on just -- to surmise, it's hypothesis and guesswork. all the facts have zero, zero connection with any political appointee, within the obama administration. i know it looks --
your country can you.r >> tear down this wall. >> i can hear you! come! time has change for chris: tomorrow it's still barack obama's time but republicans are focusing on hillary clinton in 2016. us, especially women my age, find it hard to think of what it would be like to have a as first lady, but as head of state, chief executive and commander-in-chief. already, hillary's time at secretary of state is getting a legions of menas and women say it's her turn. did we do it right? this show back at how called hillary's last run for president. were we smart? were we? did we see how newcomer barack would edge her out. twixters, kids under 30. great.l think they're how's that positive feeling working out for them. i'm chris matthews and welcome to the show. with us today, howard fineman with "the huffington post," news,o'donnell with nbc s.e. cupp with msnbc and joe klein with "time magazine." up, hillary clinton's in the news and that brings up her future presidential plans. to decide whether or not to make it official to run again. howard, this is the great question. do you expect he
defined president obama pulled out an executive order and everything sealed down. they will do the same thing with libya. you are probably never going to know although i think i do know now thanks to mr. hicks, you know, precisely what happened. >> powerful. >> bill: it was one notch below hillary clinton. hillary wasn't paying attention. >> clearly powerful. bill, as you talked about before. what was the president doing that night? we still don't know. >> bill: he was asleep. he had to go to vegas on a fundraiser. >> the wheel. had to spin it the next day. those kind of things stick with people. whether or not the ultimate hearings reveal more we don't know yet. there is a lot more to all of these stories, i believe. in the end it's about fairness, bill, and it's about competence. we want a government that serves the people. it doesn't undermine or demonize the people. >> bill: you and i had a little tet-a-tet. i don't think the a.p. story is going to involve any kind of scandal. i don't. i think they probably abused their power and holder doesn't know anything and all of that. >> i do
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